Spotlight 6/2022
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    This kitchen deviceGerätdevice looks like aerospaceLuft- und Raumfahrtaerospace technology: all curves and smooth surfaceOberflächesurfaces. But in fact, it’s a machine with quiet power and superiorüberlegen; hier: außergewöhnlichsuperior performance. Whether the body is classic silver or shocking pink, whether the bowl is stainless steelEdelstahlstainless steel, glass or ceramic, every KitchenAid stand mixer promises to produce something special.

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    In 1908, Herbert Johnston, an engineer at Hobart Manufacturing in Troy, Ohio, watched a baker mixing doughTeigdough with a large metal spoon. To make the job easier, Johnston designed a “mixing machine” with Thomas F. Rataiczak and patented it in April 1918. Hobart sold commercial models to the U.S. Navy and, in 1919, launchauf den Markt bringenlaunched its first domestic modelGerät für den Haushaltdomestic model, with attachmentAufsatzattachments for to slicein Scheiben schneidenslicing and to mashpürierenmashing. The story is that when the wife of a company executive tested the mixer, she declared: “It’s the best kitchen aid I’ve ever had.” The KitchenAid brandMarkebrand was born.

    Smaller models followed, but a collaboration with designer Egmont H. Arens saw the launch of the classic tilt-headmit geneigtem Kopftilt-head model K in 1937. A work of aesthetic beauty in the art deco “streamline moderne” style, this was the first model to lock the bowlSchüsselbowl into its base.

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